1. Eat the plant, juice the plant, love plants. The burners will do their thing but don't let the value of the plant be decided by their behavior. Hemp seeds are just part of the make up of the plant. Still see more benefit than harm. Even using false equivalents, the Weed Wins.

  2. It had NO withdrawals or addiction effect on me I smoked multiple times daily for about 3 moths straight and now haven’t smoked in 6 or 7 moths not a puff shur I think I could use a joint rn but I don’t need one and it was easy I have had opportunities to smoke many times but can easily say no thanks it is only as addictive as you make it like coffee if you asked a thousand people to give up morning coffee they would mostly say it was hard but they could do it? Just my thought lol

  3. It's addictive yes, but how much of a little bitch are you is the real question lmao. Can you smoke everyday and stop for a week without going crazy? How sad is your life? Ask yourself these things before you decide to smoke everyday, kids. It definitely won't harm you, that is for sure. Unless you have no self control.

  4. The comments are incredible. So much confirmation bias and cognitive dissonance, though from the number of thumbs down it may just be a vocal minority. People love their bad habits to the point of sacrificing reason. I've seen how marijuana hurts and limits people in subtle ways and regardless they keep buying it, keep smoking it, keep scraping their pipes for resin to get that high.

  5. Wrong! There zero evidence that there is any physiological addiction. The 9% is probably an inflated number too but if let’s say 6% get “addicted”. It all a mental thing. How about saying this instead of being negative. 96% of all people who have ever used marijuana never get addicted and there is no evidence that marijuana is physiologically addictive. 100% of caffeine and nicotine uses do get addicted though just to put things in perspective. And alcohol misuse cost the United States 250 billion dollars a year and 100,000 deaths. But marijuana is addictive. Lmfao. Give me a break.

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